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A fatherless daughter can experience several layers of loss, rendering them trauma survivors from a young age.

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The effects absent fathers have on female development and college attendance.
On the other hand, nearly one-third of our respondents described their relationships with their mother as growing closer after the loss, feeling a great deal of pride for the hard work she put in after Dad was gone.

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helps these extraordinary daughters turn things around when they find that their old ways of coping are no longer serving them.

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The flip side of these positive attributes is that the fatherless daughter can take on far too much herself.
Inspired by her father’s inability to read and write Dolly started her Imagination Library in 1995 for the children within her home county. Today, her program spans four countries and mails over 1 million free books each month to children around the world.

 

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True healing begins here, as a fatherless daughter reclaims her life by turning the corner from feeling isolated to realizing that she is not alone.
I’m not one to dwell on weddings, and fluff, and diamond rings; however, having our father walk us down the aisle has always sort of been a little fantasy of ours, hasn’t it?


Single parent charity Gingerbread said they agreed with some of the concerns raised about the absence of fathers, but felt that the language used by the report was too dramatic and focused on poor outcomes for children from single parent families, when most turned out to be fine.


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Sexual abuse. A study of 156 victims of child sexual abuse found that the majority of the children came from disrupted or single-parent homes; only 31 percent of the children lived with both biological parents. Although stepfamilies make up only about 10 percent of all families, 27 percent of the abused children lived with either a stepfather or the mother's boyfriend.
Source: Beverly Gomes-Schwartz, Jonathan Horowitz, and Albert P. Cardarelli, "Child Sexual Abuse Victims and Their Treatment," U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

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Pictures flood our newsfeeds, statuses about Dads, and Daddies, and Fathers pop up, and families dine and brunch outside our houses; each man we see has a little girl with stars in her eyes looking up, swinging on his arm, enamored by his love.

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Growing up without a father wasn’t easy on any of us: we were pretty much rejected from day one. We had to battle the feeling of abandonment during the early years, and without a male figure to set an example of how we are supposed to be loved, we really had to solve this deprivation on our own.

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“When I was growing up in the hills of East Tennessee, I knew my dreams would come true. I know there are children in your community with their own dreams. They dream of becoming a doctor or an inventor or a minister. Who knows, maybe there is a little girl whose dream is to be a writer and singer.